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box office: week of March 24

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Valentino: The Last EmperorTruly Indie1$21,762$21,762$33,170
HungerIFC Films1$13,838$13,838$13,838
Sin NombreFocus Features6$81,446$13,574$81,446
Sunshine CleaningOverture Films 64$671,618$10,494$960,041
Skills Like ThisShadow Distribution1$9,413$9,413$9,413
The New TwentyArgot Pictures 1$6,272$6,272$6,272
Tokyo SonataRegent Releasing2$14,763$7,382$56,103
KatynKoch Lorber Films1$5,426$5,426$70,479
Explicit IllsPeace Arch Entertainment2$8,282$4,141$28,564
MancoraMaya Releasing2$7,675$3,838$7,675
Carlos Saura's FadosZeitgeist2$7,430$3,715$38,268
Severed WaysMagnolia Pictures1$3,705$3,705$15,423
Perestroika Independent1$3,532$3,532$3,532
Tokyo!Liberation Entertainment10$35,053$3,505$105,694
Carmen and GeoffreyFirst Run1$3,180$3,180$11,777
GomorrahIFC Films47$102,895$2,189$934,896
The Great Buck HowardMagnolia Pictures55$115,004$2,091$115,004
Everlasting MomentsIFC Films18$35,865$1,993$171,339
Crips and Bloods: Made In AmericaArgot Pictures 3$5,603$1,868$68,039
How About YouStrand Releasing1$1,812$1,812$73,471
Edge Of LoveCapitol Films3$5,139$1,713$10,405
12Sony Pictures Classics3$5,089$1,696$40,531
The ClassSony Pictures Classics126$206,232$1,637$2,792,008
CiaoRegent Releasing1$1,525$1,525$46,952
Medicine for MelancholyIFC Films4$5,973$1,493$92,904
Brothers At WarIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films7$10,419$1,488$49,315
SerbisRegent Releasing1$1,440$1,440$61,098
BallerinaFirst Run2$2,879$1,440$43,692
Two LoversMagnolia Pictures148$206,127$1,393$1,971,628
Slumdog MillionaireFox Searchlight2067$2,676,369$1,295$137,178,177
Cherry BlossomsStrand Releasing7$8,811$1,259$62,072
Play The GameSlowhand Cinema Releasing12$14,231$1,186$194,819
CheIFC Films39$42,657$1,094$1,543,029
Just Another Love StoryKoch Lorber Films1$1,076$1,076$36,575
Harvard Beats Yale 29-29Kino International12$12,153$1,013$157,385
Wendy And LucyOscilloscope Pictures40$38,425$961$700,720
One Day You'll Understand Kino International4$3,577$894$108,203
Crossing OverThe Weinstein Company39$34,864$894$347,004
Throw Down Your HeartArgot Pictures 1$883$883$9,333
An American AffairScreen Media Films1$876$876$27,276
The BetrayalCinema Guild1$777$777$33,943
Phoebe in WonderlandThinkFilm4$3,096$774$70,213
A SecretStrand Releasing1$765$765$613,436
The ReaderThe Weinstein Company704$535,983$761$32,900,557
MilkFocus Features111$79,518$716$31,716,847
DoubtMiramax218$149,360$685$33,172,718
Let The Right One InMagnolia Pictures11$6,969$634$2,102,943
The WrestlerFox Searchlight291$166,972$574$25,792,774
DefianceParamount Vantage118$67,367$571$28,390,983
Revolutionary RoadParamount Vantage202$111,319$551$22,754,434
Rachel Getting MarriedSony Pictures Classics24$13,154$548$12,779,409
I've Loved You So LongSony Pictures Classics17$9,028$531$3,141,831
Synecdoche, New YorkSony Pictures Classics4$2,048$512$3,081,925
Trouble The WaterZeitgeist2$978$489$518,004
Last Chance HarveyOverture Films 244$111,913$459$14,590,164
FanboysThird Rail Releasing26$10,387$400$605,840
Waltz With BashirSony Pictures Classics62$24,435$394$2,180,986
AbsurdistanFirst Run1$374$374$13,043
Our City DreamsFirst Run2$631$316$31,223
Super CapersRoadside Attractions80$21,463$268$21,463

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